Jul 18, 2014 - German firm Eno Energy GmbH said on Thursday its Swedish unit had secured contracts to deliver 13.2 MW of wind turbines for projects in Sweden.
The wind turbine maker did not provide financial details on the deals. As part of the contracts, its subsidiary Eno energy Sweden AB will supply six of its Eno 100 units of 2.2 MW each with rotor diametre of 100.5 metres (330 feet). The turbines will have a total annual output of about 40 GWh.
Deliveries of the equipment will take place in the fourth quarter of 2014. The machines will be installed at three different locations in southern Sweden, with four of them to be deployed by agriculture and forestry groups in the province of Smaland.
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